Book reviews and creative discussion

Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor

Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor

Much like the Rorschach test on the cover of some editions of ‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor, we tend to only see in people the things that we wish to see there. In the cases of historic child abuse, institutions such as the BBC were shaken to their core by Operation Yewtree and nowRead more about Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor[…]

Book Review-‘Elevation’ by Stephen King

Book Review-‘Elevation’ by Stephen King

As a lifelong Stephen King fan, any of his new releases are met with delight by myself but ‘Elevation‘ is something different-it’s almost a tale of magical realism set in his small town,’Castle Rock’ where things aren’t always as they seem. Castle Rock has been the location of several of King’s works, and is often mentionedRead more about Book Review-‘Elevation’ by Stephen King[…]

Book Recommendation-‘The Watcher’ by Ross Armstrong

Book Recommendation-‘The Watcher’ by Ross Armstrong

The debut by actor and writer Ross Armstrong is a strong, engaging thriller which will keep you guessing to the very last page. Described as ‘Rear Window meets Gone Girl’, ‘The Watcher’ is the story of Lily Gullick, part time medical researcher, part time twitcher who may, or may not have seen a murder. She andRead more about Book Recommendation-‘The Watcher’ by Ross Armstrong[…]

Orion On Tour-Cardiff !

Orion On Tour-Cardiff !

 

Trapeze Fiction

 

On Thursday, November 12th, whilst scrolling through Twitter in a desperate attempt to avoid doing actual studying, I came across a tweet from Trapeze Books, advertising an ‘Orion On Tour’ event.

People from Orion’s office in London were being dispatched to Wales to discuss books with regional authors, writers, journalists, bloggers ! The deadline was the 13th to RSVP, I dashed off a quick email, not really very hopeful but was thrilled to see there was still room for a little blogger like myself.

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Blog Tour-‘The Woods Murders’ by Roy Lewis

Blog Tour-‘The Woods Murders’ by Roy Lewis

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Charles Lendon, a solicitor, has been murdered. The day before his death, his office junior, Cathy, had overheard a quarrel with an unseen person, as well as witnessing him argue with the father of a murdered local child. His daughter ,Jenny,had been killed in public woods where the children of the local housing estate would play. They used this as a short cut to school as Lendon had been successful in stopping them using Woodrow Lane. As a result of using this shortcut, Jenny had been attacked and killed. The murder had never been solved .

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